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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 5 July 1834

5? -is -57Tia VrJj" 2'" v Jv "J ur 5.. ia3v&.. C'Vts IWMM1 v tHi.- T - 9 iii L H. - k& oGam y ft itf" jSK' '- "- -.SL "P fef; EkV c. HtT 2 J fi ' -- "iwf "-"& J.' &-K? ? . wmy mM'Wr"" ' -w u..vr 1 ' J- M - a $M :'& j-gjrL. IH S ! .3 ' IFSi ." . MMMMmm TMM . j . MBi HUT'Jff ff ' -- .. - . . T r ' " la I ? i? i ! K 7 P Stl . t tr r . .' v - . ib. sr " . V6i.Vi.) JtKvaijj - BRAZORJA SATURliA Y JULY 5-1834. (NUMBER I. VBEUr i)ii THE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND-vKJBLISHED BT wr-J ; m aw a vauiim wrUBks ut nnnnim Anwin be printed for subscribers every Saturday i u per tiuuuiu 11 paiu . uic cuu ui oia. iuuuiuo or'$7?if not 'paid until the expiration of the year lo discontinuances will!be allowed except at the end of -the year and not then until all arrearages dre'paid. Advertisements of eight lines or under $1 for the first insertion and half that price for each contmu ahee longer ones in proportion No adveriisement wll be withdrawn until paid tor but will be contin- ued ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 5 July 1834

utfMmfmsWilwF is v t t ?i i &K. . f -m i -4s v ; A r i?!?"L ?rjsfi.: sl'r OClll IIIU WUIIlVKUUui..; .w.. - Cl . - ... -... r " ro TZ rr;;; U nface; Jere Ulev are u be fourttl ' and to make bey. .11 the Uquiu-uions .ana ejection ot tfc lQ Lfii IB il$4Slr4Siivy gtl JM Q Art. f-Thc day appointed for the sale having arrived " i lands shnll ho offered at auction by labores or fractions of lab B.Vftfc31BlAr s tsa. i i.:i. ....... i. a l.t i dp itnt.- liv whatever title. lllO wiiini may "is m.- "- - ----- -- la. X sha 11 bo offerd at auction by labores or fractions of labore To rcgi-Cer said titles . a bouml boo Kept tor t ne purpose I lanos snail no onerea amucuuu ujr ia . nrnrfts 0i T the quantity ot the land rts rueaaureineat ta-thohighe?tbilUor.attanDDiueni.0.aKe.B -.... :" ;cc 'd to i it with the interested party and .be wit- 1 in ... minimum unce. ' i".v B- Taking into consideration the liberal patronage ArT 8-Th. mirimiim price in T. halt b.tmtoltafnr "c? )(1 ml ts at Mch lVe5 l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 5 July 1834

swt-Tr - i I I these bodies as individuals were onnoscci to the measure (he noo-1 cnr-.inrr itn .- Wa tVt o1 m'AAItr o TJTT - . ... ' . .. -. -j t3 f . lj w ctiiA nu :i ) laiij CM 1 1 . . pie ny ovcrwneim.ng majonues wore in lavor 01 u. aolwiui. inunlcr! murder!! He vns overtaken and . Jurisdictions assembled elacted and sent memburs to the convcu. n au CtTCmC State Ol nerVOUS ag'tatlOn nuuntos are institutions to wmch the peoplo ae un lccuatoined. situated as Texas was they did not meet their icvs and throug! them it was conceived thuir wants could not be fully made known Conventions ot the people they had ever been taught to Dclicvc t;0 Their protests should have ao weight for the people do urn were the life guards of liberty. They were assemblages to j rcSpond to them. which from their infancy they had been accustomed; and in these they knew there was no danger save to tyrants. In a bo- dy of that character respectable for its numbers and talents and representing the whole people...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 5 July 1834

wwwsm ...jnjiw! - . . " t1V.-V 7s .' 7 spread a great deal of the original soil. The Com' ligcncer mentions ten or mteen inoicuuuais ; Kiueu rmssioncrs further state that this mountain has from and a o-reat number wounded and dui a small prop ortion of the disasters probably had been heard of. The general course of the tornado was from west to east with a width varying from two hundred yards to half a mile. The length of coutry over -which it passed was at least seventy miles. Texas Emigration Society A company of over one hundred persons composed of farmers me- chanics physicians &c. all cold water men are to eail from this port for Texas on the first of May to establish a colony in that country. They request donations of books and other articles from the benevolent which may be left at the office of the Seamons Friends Society at 92 Nassau street. New. York papor. ONE 1HY LATH El FROM EUROPE. New York May 14. Bytlio British ship Nimrod Captain At- ltins arrived last "evening" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 25 October 1834

-r rsC - . THE ".& . "ii-.rci " 1.8 - ' ? ' ft. 3 RIBZA9 IBliPWBILlKDASk vol. i.) BRAZOKI i SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1834. (NUMBER 13. THE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY GRAY & HARRIS And will'be printed for subscribers every Saturday at $5 per annum if paid at the end of six months or $7 if not paid until the expiration of the year. No discontinuance will be allowed except at the end of the year and not then until all arrearages are pai5. Advertisements of eight lines or under $1 for the first insertion and half that price for each continu- ance longer ones in proportion No adveriisement will be withdrawn until paid for but will be contin- ued at the expense of the advertiser. DCf All communications of a personal nature will be charged for the same as advertisements. CONTENTMENT. Sweet child of Virtue calm Content Friend of the lowly hear my cry; Who tun'st the dart by sorrow sent And sootli'st the rugged brow of poverty. Day morn awakes her wanton gale To kissthe sweets...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 25 October 1834

-gggj daughter no one knew mere. The peasant as he passes the forsa- ceil government. She has been once mcim.. though it may syllable passion. He was the husband of inv sister: ken pile doffs his cap while he hastily mutters a Pater and an Ave. a" J the result not yet ascertained for our bearer of despu.c.... ."" . . . . . . for anr-ht vc know mav yet be persecuted even unto death tor his she passed away and none knew where or how; but man wh.spcr- and hastens on Ins mules from the Qu.tta d'as Lagnmas. .:? .'; which leaves out little hope for any favor to be o J' ... .. i ed murder! Think you not that I pursued him? Ay as a hunt ed doer he Hod from place to place and I was ever at his heels alas too late! Then mark me Inez! for I can but breathe it in a whisper he sought to rid himself of so tenacious a pursuer so bit- ter an enemy and he poured his subtle poison in the cars of one in lower and I was proclaimed a traitor! The blow was struck my sister my revenge all were forgotten m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 25 October 1834

S .- - """" " ' I "HY virtue of a decree of the Alcalde of this juris- i.v..uii. . and cnniicc&ut eery lawless moj who may think Bm . . T . . - r . pn. crlosctlucmscUestinin opposition. If confidence can he I diction I Will expose to public Sale Oil SatUl'- piaccd in the representations ot our representative winch is ccr-uuJ uJ -sum or ruveuiuer iiexi ill me town Ol KjO Pablic notice PROPOSALS will e received from those ile- tlie Caxai. atagorda bay to leb R. Bost- iturda the Gth thereof contiu- 11 . .1 . . .- rv vijuaw . . v UVS. lull I1UL U11"11U. Ilflfl ITfllll 11111 111 I KIV 111! II ("fill I1-TW"T lastlIOAfl H. pmniptv; or o'.iicrwi&xs puuicy aign incir reasons m order tnut 1 o 1 . . 1 1 i i t " j - -.j -.... wuni. wu. sroc oilier rnndu of co-operation may he adopted. "" oai.u lu iatv piacu on uiu ist January next on i he ground selected tor tlie route of the canal is These follow citizen? are my honest opinions on this all impor- the premises. For further particulars a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 25 October 1834

"J ' "v.v '-r- Notice. fc. . a It gt 1 A. i- a v m ar Ma h w y p-v w ... ' . n ) TTr ..i : a ..:n nivp tn setters with or f i- . .1 .& .nan vmi v m v - vi. iiiiiiMrhiiiiir'ii tw r m w w " ' E A LL porsons inacfited to ine aucccwiuu u "-''" -"TiT .0D ArrPS 0f Land out of '3 m i i .. 1-k.Mftvr rannacTon ill -fc iviiiiimii. t. itiiiiin vv icm. mm itouelison oeca. are uciw mHui0M - ... j Notice. ?v Wm. ! Harris and Robert Wilson trading under the firm ot flams --without a family 640 Acres oi i u u - w:1 T nL" "'" Robert Wilsons aake immediate payment all persons having claims the estate of John R. .gainst said succesion; will present them by the 4th 22 J-? 9f 'aters of taker's Trinity Harris deceased made a surrender of all their prop ?ninnrnhP.mext. urooerlv authenticated or land is situated on the waters oi roe iuvt.r j th bcnefit 0f the w.u.v ... - 4 vf. im. tm tit es are two ii iokui; gi".- . - ... a """ A r . V 7 r 7..v;nn a: Wilted crcd tors in one and the other case unaer c.v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 1 November 1834

s. Tfl THE . Vr-&. xa .. ..- m Je.e."' . eeBBBVBBLr .. H& bbbLW LL 1 B' PbbbbV 9jbtH3)F IBEIPlIBILII(DA5t ? VOL. I.) BRAZORIA SATURDAY NOVEMB R 1 1834. (NUMBER 14. TIIE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY GRAY & HARRIS And will be printed for subscribers every Saturday at $5 per annum if paid at the end of six months or $7 if not paid until the expiration of the year. No discontinuance will be allowed except at the end of the year and not then until all arrearages are paid. Advertisements of eight lines or under SI for the first insertion and half that price for each continu- ance longer ones in proportion No adveriiscment will be withdrawn until paid for but will be contin- ued at the expense of the advertiser. 10 All communications of a personal nature will be charged for the same as advertisements. ' THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY Jons the'son of a respectable butcher in Westminster London was at the age often years employed to servo his fa- ther's customers with bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 1 November 1834

JS ' sP ff' fW 'i I theirs and' that one in particular appeared altogether re d. This then must be the Macitto. They were lost in admiration could not imagine what the vessel was whence it came or what all this portended. They are now hailed from the vessel in a language they could not understand. They answer by a shout or yell in Their way; The' house (or large canoe as some render it) stops A smaller ennoe comes on shore with the man of red in it; some stay by his ennoe fo guard it. The chiefs and wic men from a circle into which the man of red and two attendants ap preach t He salutes them with friendly countenance and they return the salute atfer their tnauiier. They are amazed at their colour and dress particularly with him who.glitteriiig in red wore something (perhaps lace and bullous) they could not -comprehend. He n ust be the grcat.Manitto they thought but why should he have 0 white skin? A large elcgaat hocuhack gourd i. c. bottle dc. canter fcc.) is brought by one of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 1 November 1834

if -v K & :?: '$"' T"H w V Y virtue of a decree of the Alcalde of this jaris- 1 . I Ml nkl!n nnln .otlir. . - m m -aa-n w-a nriiiiuu wn irr. k . - .... i i a . r i . .. ju. - iiii-iiiiii. wtiii rAUUtiu v wm".hw wuv v -- .- - At tide 1. 1 lie congress is convoucu w mvvi in u.w uu uic - - i u f Cn BICS B Plan 'far sailing a provisional Congress for Texas flM M . nn. in nnnitfn IA mnnl Itl ICftVir rtM inn - 1UL1V11I .b- w i .:. . f v..u ri.iv t JiR uui oi iovemoer uuu hi me iuwii ui vv Article It will be composed of twenty five representatives lumbia a certain tract ot land containing 163 acres; who will be elected on the day and in the manner ami form which tbe property of the succession of James Westall; the respective pitica! chief may provide. f . b j fj BeJ) and by njm sold tO F. ! v AriiVloa Tirp. 3 representatives wil be elected for the muni- r . y ""5iMy ix i j Article. . i nrv- ro t b rt tjie town 0f Columbia. i S5.1S .icli one of the balance of the municipal-' Also Three ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 1 November 1834

r. V x .-... -w' 1 foj? H Notice. Notice. THE undersigned wishes to close the late concern nf Krinham Ar Rindnonn nll n : 1 i j. ".-"&""" v iMvucauii an jcr&uus niueuieaio Notice. WHEREAS Wm. P- Harris ami Robe . . ... ....v.. .I- uuuoi inc 111111 v iiant ALL persons indebted to the 'succession of Wil. Ham Rn&armnn Hpp.M. nro TioroAv rpnuantail -. Mni-. :- i: .. n i : .1 them eithnr hv nntn nr nnnntmt 9rann.nntnj. . !.nJlv:L. j t. .:j .. . . ..-.. mwhc miuieuicue pavmtsui unpersons imving claims;.. .' ' vui c idjucaicu j bbi- aim noun uuu xcivia Harris ana ifonert W ilson a against sajd succesion; will present them by the 4th' V. 8?me Deiorfl ine utn ol .November next by so administrators of the estate of John R. monday 7n October next properly authenticated or " ?Teycni cost j Harris deceased made a surrender of all their prop ' ium 7' lv'nePanner and erty ana tnat ot said estate for the benefit of the Adrar. Est. ofE. Richeson dee'd. nrpHJtnrc in n .l k u j j:: .u.wU ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 8 November 1834

Wi J tm -. '"a -"43" -iw ?: JsZl7 4. c &-' J . v:. ' s .A1 -urn &e 7 XtifiW tsAyt&f &. 'i flvU t n . f '.II '. t' ' TM .if f tf 5 - . Jt - rs: -"rfwr. ( ifc'if. ..! 'I J !" THE :p-i s rV ")."t . riiii -&J i S tf "5 M' ' i . itoM) . Vr .-. f a1 Jl.' rrr ? Sft- ' ' . ti .. -. fit BHWZi ' ?v jr sr n CgSZ' f It Ifr X' H6!m ifei ''Br '71 Wn .-5. ' . ' . p . k w 'J m P .i r ; v. U ' srvtik rv k W $ ? W - A C1! .J iiTiinjtirTi t BHHEr IB11P J !'. IBM (OAH VOL. I.) BKAZORI t SATURDAY NOVEMB R 8 1831. - n GNUiVIBER 15. TERM: The republican is printed and published by GRAY & HARRIS Jlnd will be printed for subscribers every Saturday fit $5 per annum if paid at the end of six months or $7 if not paid until the expiration of the year. No discontinuance will be allowed except at the -end of the year and not then until all .arrearages -are paid. Advertisements of eight lines or under SI for the f "first insertion and half that price for eacji continu- ance 'ongeroncs in pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 8 November 1834

s7"- C J -a iS 3 v -r- ?. s J ' j - . V ' t ' s Jf K fc - UV V vS&.2 2LMMi S-r 1 " nV-- -. tL . A'W ' - -. ' I J -' y -y v J jrss- .L Ma- '.?.? i-VkA r !k to- ''3r!s L. ' N. f ? K -UJ tWrA i f -r '.-:s . V . s. . too passive and too lukewarm the fiathe men who were the first ! stale of Coahuila and Texas. The people rc excited against tag- asuiey ineniselves say to create an excitement in lavor ot sepa- to abuse because I am too Mexican. Iyick loue vavu'ai iu- 1 rating Texof from Coahuiiaand who have contributed very much ion and am appointed to represent that opinion acept of the ap. to involve nte and mv friends in all this difficulty and the labv- nnintment in frood faith: am! trulv. firmlv nnrl i'rK rlessly represent PRISON OF THE OCORDADO CITY OF MEXICO AUUUJT25 1834. Dear Sir: I write this more for the purpose of informing you that I rinth Iameitangfedin bv compelling me.as it werc.to yield to pub- that opinion as it was mv dutv to do. a& an asrent. and fr having am st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 8 November 1834

m .' rsMjia isT- . '!..". -- ' r.- - M ' iioimn to IrtfrnJIf ftnrm nnd irll Amnin UUCOllVU I tVLUW UUU; ailU 1Y11 OU IGUJ'MIJ iirvr BailOftU. -JT. 3433 The race advertised in our last to take place on the 4th Saturday of this raontli will not take place until the last. We lay before onr readers in this weeks paper the reporl t of j the Central Committee and the letter ot our ip- S. F. Austin which we think deserves 4he attention of thejeople - - ' of Texas. interests by inflammatoiy men; by political fanatics political ad-1 venturers would be great men vain talkers and visionary fools that I begin to loose confidence ia all persons except those who seek i heir living between the plow handles. I am now in tolera ble health but have suffered very ;nuch from the rheumatism; I feel the effects of the first years of the settlement in Texas. The damp close air of the dungeon in the inquisition and want of exer- cise brought on the rheumatism. If you and my friends think pro- per or that i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 8 November 1834

t he ance bs of ill be S. mes R 1TI $50 REWARD. ANA WAx from the subscriber some time March last a negro man named &pencerabout. 5 feet 10 inches or 6 feet high very blacky red eye1.' thick Jips and said negro is about 22 years of agi . The above reward will be paid to any person for hi 3 apprehension if taken out of this jurisdiction oi' 25 dollars if taken within this jurisdiction. ! W- B. SWEJNFY1 ollll. Jlfoilee i TSBY virtue of a decree of David G. Burnet' primary -judge of the municipality of Austin I .will offer for sale in the town of Harrisbug on Tuesday the 18th November next all the effects belonging tov the succession of Daniel Vieuve dee'd. consisting of a general .assortment of dry-goods groceries hardware and cutlery; well adapted to this market. Terms All sums under twenty-five dollars cash over twenty-five and under fifty a credit of three months; oyer fifty and under one hundred six months; oh all sums over one hundred dollars a credit of nine months will be gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 13 December 1834

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 13 December 1834

' &?" -n-- . :vi-iv' . Hgyyv 'l"-iAatai?rJj s p'' '5V3 " -ij JS&f -' as m i -- 5' . UfcS "a4 ..- 3 trj I R-jf ? jySS a SsSSv-- P y t-rf 55 s 57v 45?" ?? !ISfc 1 fe. I wil tvxnnse to .mtvat public auciioa to he highest biddt r tw w?.ip'w5?w?.w" svfVHifaeiva He succesw m TIMBOnEid TOaei TTtpru Qj&ioneing to t Westall 4&l&tfijmij sr t!ii per $arak SS&ftfe ru 3 LikofcQjw&egroMeq JmMXftib -uu Head or Uafiit; art one tlarc prop'oruo!i of Milch -Cows 3&TerinTOorosb6nij rHi . . f - . lLiUQrAttleJIhitff(. . 100 Heid of HoL-jgi tfa? a I Ox Cnrti -Whrn Saw. 1 !: 1lalar.de wifti ffTratriaJ several first 4uiftWV'Mj St' 'Hoes Axes and otherf ranDirmutensilsd-x Ai - && VrmKiMMmtomirX&WJUUini . w affTjff .Notice. A LL pOTsbirs having claims acainfet'tha Mtetr. f r? John Austin dee'd: will bteiknt them to rife femgnj$ resettlement; aha alf those indebfeHB ! cMladfh& sn regains cbari wjtff "the agftffu awi -tmrl aafnto will mnla nhtrmnnt 4V. U: 1 t I 4C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 3 January 1835

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 3 January 1835

MeojHeof'fer&each El kt i i"i i - . -i .1. r --i i 1 . J- '--- "-A . WIlflTI It 1.1 H.I1 llli'llf LltlJW- ! w. .. -.-- '"rr-t .-- r vH jreme 0-e-e-Ll anW anxious tnat fbose misrep- her Vrcsantatives. What it ml! bcneceuarvt for ims mr nonnrniiAtia cnniiiri wi'vt' i reseniations snouia e Contradicted and tne Govern- ecntative3 to do will depon&upon the situation o. the vst.er4 S$ ment-advisid of theinie Situation of that country State Governments when they meet. If amirciiv should Hi iia j. and feclinffVdeep Solicitude for tlieiC fellow citizens ne ory Where prowil--rrronipriltide of action and pro W i! liA wn.in vfnm;.fA T i'rri j r j oriaFzatioti Wi bo Hidtspenitbld. It not a respectfuf ptftfwn . sin r"3 ;Vtamieutf of Texas and the (riends SJsonorj-gworilMSirJtiiiioIIIeoiiriden.ia .rfiafBcK.ji.fif r M Ot L.01. AUbtm last- Ai2Ugt appointed Peter V. nunoscs. Tho geniiral covrnnvMit can have no interest o'n fii tm-m release from confinement. The commissioners were vxl received...

Publication Title: Texas Republican, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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